Feds To Cancel Energy Leases In White River National ForestThe federal government on Friday said it will cancel 25 oil and gas leases in central Colorado's White River National Forest, reversing what it called faulty environmental reviews on the leases that were issued between 1995 and 2012.
Manning Legacy Lives On In Broncos: 'We Are Progeny Of Peyton'Manning was Denver's de facto drill sergeant over the last four seasons, and as they begin the post-Peyton era, the Broncos say they're just as fastidious in his wake as they were in his presence.
Heavy Rain, Golf Ball Hail Hit Parts Of Colorado SpringsColorado Springs and other parts of southeastern Colorado could be in for more severe thunderstorms Friday.
Colorado's U.S. Attorney Stepping Down For Private PracticeU.S. Attorney John Walsh is stepping down as Colorado's top federal prosecutor.
Colorado's US Attorney Steps Down, Returns To Private PracticeU.S. Attorney John Walsh is stepping down as Colorado's top federal prosecutor.
Search Ends For Woman With Dementia Missing In UncompahgreAuthorities have called off the search for a missing 82-year-old woman with dementia in the Uncompahgre National Forest.
Beaver Creek Fire Near Colorado-Wyoming Border Burns CabinThe largest wildfire currently burning in Colorado has scorched more than 43 square miles and destroyed a cabin and several outbuildings.
Hickenlooper Hits Trump On Economy At DNCGov. John Hickenlooper is performing a rare role -- Democratic attack dog.
Colorado House Leader At DNC: Net Worth Doesn't Define AmericansColorado's Democratic House majority leader is telling the Democratic National Convention that Americans don't define themselves by their net worth.
Darryl Glenn Explains 1983 Assault Charge That Was DroppedColorado U.S. Senate candidate Darryl Glenn says he was defending his mother against an abusive father in a 1983 altercation that led to a misdemeanor assault charge against Glenn that was later dropped.
Guide From Ouray Dies While Leading Tourists Down Grand TetonA guide who was leading tourists down Grand Teton mountain has died.
Court Reverses Part Of Lottery Fraud Conviction With Colorado ConnectionThe Iowa Court of Appeals on Wednesday reversed a portion of the fraud convictions of a former lottery official accused of fixing a Hot Lotto game in Iowa in 2010 but upheld a second conviction.

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